The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 20, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, May 20, 1977
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Important VFW Meeting Tonight All mnnibeni of Uio I'uMt, VFW, won. ruikctl tndnv, tiy Conimunclur Hur<>HI C. Lowbi to atttmil tonlKht'ii Importum mm.tln): of Ihci pout at tho clul) ronniM on 'Miss Pennsylvania' An Important iiulij»c-t will hi. (||.H. cannot] and w)uiti>viM> la tlvr.'ldml, Ml 1 . I.nwls IIIIH r.tittcd, will dln-ci- ly nffficl itvory .an.-Mbor of td" ur- PICTURES Any Homo Can Uso \ NEW PICTURES You'll Find A Largo Variety Here— LARGE OR SMALL MIRRORS, TOO GUT ANNXX On Tlid Hulc'im Tho C'lirtl iiiul Gift Simp SWEENEY'S , ART and STATIONERY} STOR Women's Activities—Personal and Social ',• Nonry f ... ..... i5>iiuitofa«*iM ...'... .1 J 1 I'KNNSYIA'ANIA will he ropre- Mi-ntcd ut the nnniiiil |iuKo:int of luliuit imil beauty In Atlantic City, N. •],. next month, by Klcimor K miner, l.rlmnon, I'a. Shi; in pictured wltli her trophy nfter wln- nliitf the "Miss I'oiins.vlvnntu" title lit the sl;ilr flliuls In Wf'lls- liom. (Inleriuitluiiiil) Steady, interesting 1 work making- our famous Kod«, Gaytoos, and other quality footwear Now Available FOR WOMEN Apply at our Employment Office Rubber Ave at Water St. « UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Conn. Marjorie Paul Becomes Bride Here Yesterday United In .marriage ycster^y mornlnK ul 9, o'clock In St. Mary's rectory were Miss Marjorie Anne Paul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Paul', '40 Walnut street, und Arthur,'John Carlson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs; A. J. Carlson, 493 JS'orth Main street. Tho Rev! Thomas Griftln performed the-ceremony, Attired in an Ice blue celanese -street Icnirlh dross with black accessories, black taffeta picture hat u-Uh opt-n crown and a corsage of •ed roaea und gardenias, the bride was attended by Mrs, John Fi-uin IXH matron of honor, and Miss Barbara Paul, her sister, us bridesmaid. Cai'lton Mahan, uncle of the bridegroom, acted as best man. The matron of honor wore a black crept) druss, small white hat and coi'satto of white Ktu'denlus, and the bridosmixld wore a fuchsia flowered jorsuy dress,' black horaehair plc- tut'u hat and a. corsage of white • KCirdcnla.3. I The bride's mother attended in a sequin trimmed black crcpo dress, blnck fc'uthur hut and corsage of fuchsia rosebuds and g-ludloli, and the brldoyroom'M mother wore a black dress, matching picture hat and pink and white corsage of rosebuds and Kindlon. A breakfast fqr the wedding- party was held at the Wcathcrvane In Hamdun, The couple loft on a wedding tri;> to New York city, thi; brldi> traveling In a three piece outfit of gi'oy und whitu pencil stripe, black hat with turqoise feathers. Thi! bride attended Naupatuck High .school and Is employed at the T.,t!wls Engineering Co, Mr. Carlson attended Mm locul high school and hi a veteran of two years, with the U, S, Army. Ho Is swimming in- .slriicloi' lit Lhc local Y, M. C. A. i Grange Plans Miscellaneous' Sports Program \ Shower Honors Future Bride An extensive program has been planned by the sports committee of the Eoacon Valley Grange to be presented u.t a. regular meeting of the group tonight in the Grange hall. Among the events scheduled are acts of exhibition roller skating, motion pictures of sports activities, musical, selections, both vocal and Instrumental, an indoor scavenger hunt, sports recitations and games. The committee in charge of arrangements includes: Mae Miller, Joseph Connelly, Ko^er Floyd and Ernestine Benson. Ail members of the orgttlilza-tion arc requested to attend. Millville A. A. Dance Tomorrow Plans have been completed for the second dance under thu auspices or the Millville Athletic association to be held tomorrow evening In the Millville library. Ray Anderson and his Haysecd- ers will provide music for dancing from 8 to 12 o'clock. Commit- •teu in charge ol arrangements includes; Joseph Daddona, chairman; Kenneth Stauffcr, Harry Staufferj Robert Mariano and Thomae McCann. CHAPEL ELECTHIC COMPANY Ti-i. :,":l!) 2-» MOUTH MAIN STIU'IKT Fur Mir li r Ku Hi- Nuniriiiiii'U Ciiriillnri' Cn.i Ki'iuili- Mn-tl n All \l'il,i- (III .S|'I». ITl,,,||,l Ncrvll'li .1 ihlo I'rli-cM, l.i,fi>Ht l-Hjiitinnrii Illll IH'|i;ui- tVnl'li. luf Hi Philco Car Radios luiJiieiJIiile Di'llvi'i'.v Aiitoiiiulli! rlniii<>t;ni|ili.i u I,A!'.(!]-; STOCK OF SEAT COVERS ,?7.f)5, $f).»5, $12.95 -«(515.95 ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE 31) SOUTH MAIX ST. TEL. G162 iirk, Conn. Announce Birth Of Son Mr. und Mrs, Stanley Adams of WrUCrlitii'y, announce the birth of u 'ion Aug. 3 In tho Wuterbury hospital. Mrs. Adams is the former Mary Klcjiva of Naugatuclt. Spending Few Weeks In Providence, R. I. Miss Marcla Baxter of the borough and her aunt, Mrs, Dellu O'Noll of Wuterbury are spending u few weeks in Providence, R. ]', Hospital Patient In New Haven William H. Krodol of Highland avenue is a patient at Grace hospital, New Haven, Vacationing In Rhode Island Mr. tmd Mrs. William J. Roem pi 1 und family of Rockwell avcnu ai'i. 1 spending a few weeks at Quono chontdtiff, R. I. Announcement Of Coming Wedding Announcement is made of the coming marriage of Rka Gertrude Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Thomas Kelly, 28 Beebc street, and John Fetor Paszoi; son of Mr, and Mrs. Pctor Paii'/el, 221 Prospect street, which will take place Sept. 7. To Vacation In Maine Resort . Mr. and Mrs, Thomas St. ,Toh of Gorman street, will leave Mon | day for a two week vacation a Boothbay Harbor, Me. T ODAY . . . mor» lhan ewer bo- fcro, BULOVA if rocognlMd a< —tho watch you know you can truitl And horo'» dffinitt proof ot thai fact: MORE AMERICANS TEIL TIME BY BULOVA THAN BY ANY OTHER FINE WATCH IN THE WORIDI PRICES INCIUDG p'BDBRM TAX HIGHER FOOD 1'KICKS Washington, Aug. 9—(UP)—The bureau of labor sUUistics reports :i- record-brcaking increase in retail food prices between mid-June and mid-July. Tho govof'nment bureau says prices went up nearly 34 per cent during that time. And the bureau says this rise is the greatest one-month jump in history. Two Piecer 1519 • 1-18 PATTKBX 1519 Whke collaT and cuffs 'give a risp, fresh look to this attrac- Ive two-plcce dress for the teen- gelass, The gently flared puplum mphudlzes a tiny doll waist. Top ff with u wide contrasting belt. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1519 is eaigned for eizes 11. 12, 13, 14, 16 nd 18, Size 12 requires 3 7 : 3 yards £ 35 -or 39-inch material; 5-8 ya.rd or contrast. For this pattern, send 25 cents, coins, your namn, -address, pat- em number and size wanted to bara Bull, care of Naujjatuck Jally News, P. 6. Box 99, Station ,. New York 19, N. Y. The SUMMER Issue of FASH- ON hi brimful of Ideas for every /omun -who sews —school [?irl to nc.) Be A "Good Humor Man" Save Your Temper and Your Money. \ Let Classified Solve Your Advertising" Problem- JUST DIAL 2228 . and Ask for Classified Mrs. Thomas St. John of Goi-mnr. stroct. entertained recently n.t a miscellaneous, shower in honor of Grace McGurn,. who will be mnr- rled Auirust~26 to Wiiliam Fitz- Health Talks By HERMAN N. BU.NDJiSBN, >tIX Fighting Ini'an tile-Paralysis INFANTILE paralysis or poio- PAGE-S—NACGATCCK JfEWS (CONN.), FRIDAT, AtJO. B, 1946 cases of childhood, by direct dis- tact. This discovery points thn way to control of this crippling- disorder by methods which have proved effective against other contagious, early diagnosis and isolation. The study was made by Watch- myelitis terrific*' not only by its ing children, who hart come In con- Those attending- were: Mrs. L,ouls Comlukcy, Janet Evon, Hclun SSliori- dan, Muriel McGurn, Phyllis Vest, Helen Souan, Mrs. Mary St. John, Mrs. Frank Sullivan Mrs. John Hoey, Mrs. Francis Burns, Mrs. David St. John, Mrs. Curtiss Sherwood, Mrs. Daniel Fitzgerald, Mrs. Lawrence : Z\vick.' Josephine Fitsyorald, Helen Sutor, Mrs. Richard Canficlcl, Mrs. Frank Balinsiy, Mrs. Thomas St. John, Jr., Mrs. Hannah Collins, Mrs. Mar- gnret Griffin, Mrs. Mary Quinn, Mrs. A, J. Painter, Mrs. 3-.OU is -Lockwood, Mrs. Maurice Fit/.i;crald, Mrs. John Kelly, Mabi'I O'.Donne!!, Mi-s. Eugcr.e St. John, Mrs, Rose Smith, the jjfucsl of honor and hostess'. At one time,, it was thought t bp air-borne. More recently, re search workers have come to be li?vu that insects may play n pai in cnrrying the disease from on human host to another. Study Curried 'Out Much lifi'ht has been thrown on this problem by a study carried ou in Chicago by Doctor Albert E Casey o[ Birmingham. Alabama and Doctor Wiilinm L. Fishbein o Chicago, under the supervision o the President of the Chicago Boar of Health. In trying; to determine just how the disease spread most often they found much" evidence fudicat ing that infantile paralysis About 16 per cent of all workers j passed from one child to another in British railways are women. ' just as are the other common Known effects, but also by is mystery. Apparently i>ouncing out of ni where, it is do.ubly feured by pa: outs because there seems to be n 3uro 'way of gun.rdin.Lr against i This is because the question cf jus how this disease spreads has,neve been 1'uily nnwcred. New Iced Coffee Beverage Also Doubles As Dessert tact with another child who had infanllc paralysis and determining whether or. not they developed any syspmtoms like those of poliomyelitis. As a resu) of tnis study It was found that once infantile paralysis eners a neighborhood t'here is no evidence thnt insects have any role in spreading the disease. Direct Contact There was a great deal of evidence that the dieass was spread by direct contact. This was show! by the fact tihat many children who had come in contact with tho disease developed poliomyelitis 01 disorders with fever like poliomyelitis, while in another group of children who were not in contact with the diease,. very few developed such symptoms, and not one developed poliomyelitis. Jt was concluded that in children from 1 1-2 to 3 1-2 years of age, infantile paralysis is as contagious as measles, mumps, or others of the well-known catching diseases of childhood. Of the children studied, paralysis occurred in only one case out of six. Most of the cases were so mild that the physician was not to take care of hi? child. Only about one out of every four cases would have been diagnosed f special efforts and tests had not ic.en employed. Protxdii In Spinal Fluid It was interesting to ncte that ven in the mildest, coses there was n increase in he protein ,in the pinal fluid. It. was believed, how- ve>-, that even In the mildest cases here was enough reaction to the isease to produce immunity ugains( It seems, therefore, that there <? good evidence that poliomyelitis? , spread from one child to another, nd that m.'iny children get the dis- ase early in life, which makes lem immune to the condition. It -, only in occasional instances that aralysls occurs. , Further efforts must bo exerted > find a rnclnod of diagnosing o.liomyelitis early. In this way it iay be possible to separate children- who have the disease from those who do not have it, and in Seven Join Company F Seven Naugatuck men have enrolled, in Co. F of the 102nd Infantry RcKimcnt since the program started two weeks ago, according to a report by Capt. Harold Semrow, recruiting officer for the unit. They arc: Charles VerceskI, Golden Hill street; John A. Harttnjj, New Havon road; Joseph J. Vnlin- ches, 54 Nixon avenue; Frank A. Miller, S3 Aetna street; John Hayes, Jr., MillviUe avenue; Peter Tuition, Jr., 55 Andrew avenue; Dnnlcl J. Mastroplctro, SCO High utrect. The recruiting oflice in the baso- mput of the town hall is open Monday through Friday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock, to all interested men between the apes of 18 and 3D. Assisting Capt. Scmrow in the program,is Lieut. Paul Elmore. this way, perhaps, keep the disease r rom spreading. Of course, whenever .1 child has symptoms like those of infantile paralysis, such ns fever hoadacho, stiff neck and perhaps sickness to the stomach and vomiting the physician should be colled at once so that a diagnosis may be made. First highway postoflice, similar n function to the railway mail car, vas placed in service February. 10, 841, bctw.ecn Washington and Har- •isonburg-, Virginia. M. Barry Keegan FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHER 108 Bank St. Watorbury Jones Morgron Bldg. Tel. 4-5S84 You'll S-a-y . . . : 0ur laundry bundle is superb" Dial Waterbury 4-4106 •ML. A MERICAKI I I I V ll If I • ^ An appetizing refreshment tray includes glasses of nourishing Iced Alocha and snack tidbits. This iced coffee drink is rich enough to be served with meals as combination beverage-dessert. Icod Mocha is one warm- woather beverage that's as nourishing as it is refreshing. It's made from double-strength coffee, chocolate syrup nnd bottled milk. A cooling luncheon drink, it is rich enough to double as both dessert and beverage when served with a moal. In preparing any iced coffee drink, it is most important to make a double-strength brew. This monns using twice as much fresh, vacuum-packed coffee, in proportion to the water, as you do for regular-strength colfci;. The amounts of colTce and wJlcr given in this recipe will make a proper double-strength brew. Iced Mocha (C. servings) 1 cup ground coffee 3 cups \vater B tablespoons chocolate syrup 3 cups bolllcd milk! Make double-strength coffee, i using given amounts of cotTee and water Brew according to directions for your coffee maker. Then blend chocolate syrup with brewed coffee and allow to cool. Add milk and stir until well mixed. Pour over ice cubes or crocked ice in tall glasses and aerve immediately. HERE IS SOMETHING YOU ARE LOOKING FOR.... 9 LONG PANTS SUITS ^f Tweeds if Glen Plaids -^ Herring Bone * Grey. Brown Blue "AN OUTSTANDING VALUE!" 95 Reg. $14.95 CHURCH STREET Join Metropolitan's BLANKET CLUB 100% VIRGIN WOOL Finest Quality BLANKETS Made of the Finest Australian and New Zealand wool fabrics Size 72x90 Inches $ 16 50 6 Inch Rayon Satin Pay Only $1.25 Weekly • Wovo7i from new long- fibre woo]. • hick heavy nap assures exceptional warmth without excessive weight. • Long h'fe is built in by the use of loujg fibre, high tonsil'strength yam. OPEN AN ACCOUNT IT 27 Center St. Phone 3-1101 THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Near? Building Naucatuck. Conn. OVER!! ' Let Us Take Care of That s PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK NOW!! * " Closed" Slondays During , July and" August I Thibodeau Studio Neary BiJgr- Church St. k

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